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Excel time differential

Posted on 2012-04-12
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Hi

I have a question in excel. Let say there are two date fields. If I enter the [starting] and then enter the time till which something will happen like say 4 weeks, what formula in excel I need to put in the middle cell to add the number of weeks to the starting date and compute the end date ?


starting      Last date      no of weeks for the process
2/1/12             3


Thank you
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by:Rayne
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Attached the image. So, what i want is that if I add the number of weeks to the start date, then I will be able to get the last date...formula help is greatly appreciated
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 300 total points
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It should simply be

=A1+C1*7

where A1 is the starting date and C1 is the number of weeks
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Thank you all for your help. Never knew this was that easy...I was thinking maybe I have to change formula and then do further calculation but as you see... The Best solution is the most simplest one :)
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